Maybe this will help (- and maybe I'll win the lottery if I buy a ticket).
The sequence of events is important. You need to register with the ebook
home - Aluratek. When you do that, Aluratek will write a small file to your
Libre that contains information Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) will look for.
Attach your Libre to your computer by cable, turn it on and then make sure
that your computer recognizes that it's there. For Windows PC's, you will
see a series of messages in the lower right hand corner, telling you that a
new device has been found, identifying it as a disk drive, and, finally,
that your new hardware is ready to use.
When your computer recognizes the device, start ADE. As it starts up, it
looks for ereaders that are attached to your computer. When it finds one,
it will look at that little file, to make sure that the device is
registered with Aluratek. ADE may tell you that it needs you to authorize
the device, and you can do that simply at this time.
Then, ADE will show the device in the left hand panel of the Library screen
(along with the bookshelves), and the Libre will show that it's connected.
Once you see the Libre displayed in this panel, you can transfer ebooks and
other materials to it by dragging them from the Library and dropping them to
When you've finished transferring materials, you need to follow a set of
steps to make sure that both devices close properly and synchronize the new
In Windows PC, you need to eject the Libre by using the icon displayed in
the lower right hand corner of the screen. Click on it, and you'll get a
message to 'Safely Remove Hardware', and click on that message, then click
on the device it displays. THEN, look at the Libre, and make sure it tells
you that it's finished updating. When it has, you can unplug it.
After you eject the Libre, you can close ADE.
Hope this helps!
Thanks a lot, really helpful. My Adobe Digital Edition needed updating and afterwards it recognized my Aluratek reader.Many thanks for trying to help me!